Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Careers by the Numbers!

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 I found a cute little article that I thought I would share with you!  What is your "number?" Does it match your career?



Judy Smith, author of "Business Mojo: Achieving Success Through Mystical Exploration"
Chances are, you probably haven't considered numerology when it comes to your job search or career assessment.

Based on the belief that a person comes into this life on a certain date with a certain name for specific spiritual reasons, the "numbers" from this incident are used to describe who a person is and their life map.

Each number from one through nine has certain characteristics with strengths and weaknesses, adding an interesting aspect to career choice assessment and job satisfaction.



Let's examine Steve Jobs' numbers:
To calculate his birth path number, we do the following:
Steve Jobs birthdate:
2/24/55
Add the numbers in the year together:
1 + 9 + 5 + 5 = 20
To the year number, add the month and day of birth:
20 + 2 + 24 = 46
Add the end result together to obtain a one-digit number:
4 + 6 = 10 then 1 + 0 = 1

This makes Steve Jobs a No. 1 birth path number. Think of his innovation, leadership and determination; all signs of a typical No. 1. A birth path No. 1 is an independent innovator who works best alone. No. 1's remain dignified and dutiful. They are business oriented and will work without any respite until they achieve great fame. When someone displays positive No. 1 traits, they are capable of significant creative inspiration and possess the enthusiasm and drive to succeed. A No. 1 will welcome obstacles and challenges, as they achieve great pleasure from combining their strengths with a daring attitude. A No. 1's desire for independence is often apparent, and they can tire easily of routine.
Other No. 1's: Henry Ford, Dick Cheney, Tiger Woods, Maria Shriver, Sean Connery, George Lucas, Tom Hanks.


A note about "master numbers:"
Master numbers, 11 and 22, are not reduced to a single number, and are treated as pure, lone numbers. Master numbers have a strong vibration and emphasis on great learning. These numbers possess more power than single numbers.


Number 1 
Leadership, independence. A natural leader and innovator; excellent in management levels.
Ideal careers:
  • Inventor
  • Designer
  • Director
  • Retail business owner
  • Producer
  • Sales manager
  • Engineer
  • Executive
  • Small business owner

Number 2 
Cooperative, team player. Doesn't mind not being the boss.
Ideal careers:
  • Lawyer
  • Diplomat
  • Clerk
  • Caterer
  • Insurance adjuster
  • Architect

Number 3
Joyful, creative. Multi-talented; requires self-expression for happiness at work.
Ideal careers:
  • Artist
  • Musician
  • Medical field
  • Lawyer
  • Athlete
  • Designer
  • Actor

Number 4
Structure; order. Best when working with form and structure and they crave an organized environment to produce their best work.
Ideal careers:
  • Building trades
  • Mechanic
  • Accountant
  • Executive
  • Software designer
  • Banking

Number 5
Craves variety. An ideal communicator with strong language skills.
Ideal careers:
  • Salesperson
  • Advertising
  • Writer
  • Teacher
  • Editor
  • Marketing
  • E-commerce
  • Actor
  • Lawyer

Number 6
Giving and receiving love. Strong in service to others and domestic concerns.
Ideal careers:
  • Homemaker
  • Teacher
  • Artist
  • Florist
  • Singer
  • Beautician
  • Fashion field
  • Musician
  • Caterer

Number 7
Spiritual inner knowledge. Philosophical with a yearning for truth and education.
Ideal careers:
  • Healer
  • Author
  • Farmer
  • Photographer
  • Researcher

Number 8
Material expression. Competitive and authoritative.
Ideal careers:
  • Banker
  • Financier
  • Pharmacist
  • Engineer
  • Lawyer
  • Broker
  • Real estate

Number 9
Humanitarian endeavors. Idealistic and compassionate.
Ideal careers:
  • Scientist
  • Spiritual leader
  • Doctor
  • Teacher
  • Clergy
  • Diplomat
You can read more here!

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6 comments:

Lisa said...

Mine was 3 and Im an xray tech in orthopedics for 14 years now :)

Jax said...

That is CRAZY! I got number 2 and I'm a lawyer! Granted, I don't practice anymore but that's pretty cool! :)

annahita said...

so fun, it's dead on - I'm a 9 and I work in education... couldn't get any closer...

dave and jenn said...

Very interesting! I am a 3, and I would say that is pretty accurate, although not necessarily what I'm doing. :|

MrsEyeCanSee said...

That's pretty cool. I'm a 4 and it's pretty much me to a tee! And probably why I'm struggling in my current job where there is no structure or organized environment!

Emily said...

This is so interesting! I'm an 8 but I'm a teacher so it doesn't quite match up. I can definitely imagine myself in real estate but never a lawyer or financial exec. Still fun though :)